As always, thanks to everyone who posts pictures of themselves and who like my pictures.
In Chapter III "Appearance Counts" of his 1983 book "Class", Paul Fussell discusses how American real estate developers use British words to make their developments appear to be upmarket.
Exactly how many Americans will think that the sign behind me is upmarket I do not know.
I do know that no one from the UK will find the combination of the most downmarket sport in the UK (football), an unfashionable part of London (Camden Town), and the London Underground to be particularly upmarket.
Brooks Brothers jacket and blue and white University striped OCBD shirt, Little Shop Of Horrors (Metropolitan Museum Of Art Store) wool Celtic Knot tie, Squarextraordinaire pocket square, Viyella (55%-45% Made in Scotland) sweater vest, Hebden Cord cavalry twill trousers, and Allen-Edmonds Lombards......
.....and anyone who has ever worked in the Metropolitan Museum Of Art Store will know why I call it "The Little Shop Of Horrors".